The Best New York City Food and Wine Festival Events Under $100

by Patrick Jones on Sep 27, 2016 in Roundups
The New York City Wine and Food Festival is being held Thursday, October 13 through Sunday, October 16 this year. The festival itself spans the entire Big Apple meaning it's huge, seriously check out their site. Things can also get pretty pricey and listen, we’re not all living out our business tycoon fantasies...yet! However that shouldn’t exclude us from enjoying delicious food and great wine, so to help you here are some of the best events for under $100. If you’re interested make sure you get tickets soon as they are sure to sell out fast.
 
Saturday, October 15,  1–2 PM
Who wouldn’t want to be able to say they can make their own amazing hot sauce? Jonathan Kasper is ready to help you make that conversation starter a reality! The tickets are $95 and you can make your hot sauce dreams come true by going here(Home Studios, 873 Broadway #005 between 18th and 19th St.) 
 
Saturday, October 15, 5–7 PM
Alex Ott is a flavor chemist, author and food technology scientist who is ready to let you sample a little of the fun going on at the Meatpacking hot spot Kola House. Join Alex for $85(408 W 15th St.)
 
Saturday, October 15, 10 PM – 12 AM
I’m going to let the menu speak for itself on this one:
 
Sea Urchin with Carrots and Coffee: Sea Urchin brined in sea water with carrots and coffee
Gochu Ribs: Gochujang braised ribs, baek kimchi 
White Sesame Kouign Amann: Caramelized croissant with white sesame
Not Cho Mama Chili: Smoked kimchi chili
Korean Style Deep Fried Cheese Curds: Fresh Wisconsin cheese curds fried Korean style and served with kimchi and gochujang aioli
Kalbi Meatballs: served in lettuce cups with smear of samjung sauce and scallions
Kimchi Cheese Ramen: Kimchi bacon broth, cheddar cheese, braised pork, stewed daikon and napa kimchi, scallion
Savory Stuffed Date: Kimchi-cured, bacon-stuffed date
 
The event is being held by Deuki HongMatt Rodbard and a group of their friends. You’ll get to try the items above as well as specialty cocktails. Get your $95 tickets here(Union Fare, 7 E 17th St.)
 
Sunday, October 16, 11 AM – 12 PM
Join chef Lee Chizmar as he promises to show you how to use lesser known veggies to liven up the most important meal of the day! Get in the door for $95, tickets for sale here(Home Studios, 873 Broadway #005 between 18th and 19th St.) 
 
Sunday, October 16, 12–2 PM
Get a taste of San Francisco with this brunch being put together by Craftsman and Wolves and their chef William Werner. Attendees can expect to try the sweet and savory creations Craftsman and Wolves has become known for such as the “The Rebel Within,” a cheese and sausage muffin with a whole poached egg nestled inside paired with sparkling wines. Tickets are $85 and you can get them here(Chefs Club, 275 Mulberry St.) 
 
Sunday, October 16, 1–2 PM
Wine Spectator Magazine's Editor Alison Napju will be ready to take you on a tour and introduce you to some wonderful tasting wines from all over the globe. Tickets are $95 and you can get them here. (44 W 13th St.)
 
Sunday, October 16, 5–6 PM
Want to take a hands on class in the fine art of making ice cream sandwiches? Well here you go! You’ll learn from Melt Bakery’s chef Julian Plyter. Tickets are $95 and you can get them here(Home Studios, 873 Broadway #005 between 18th and 19th St.) 
 
Photo via Flickr user Jack Zallium
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


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